First-half revenues in Germany's home video market fell for the first time since the introduction of the DVD, even though sales of TV series on DVD are booming.
Cox Communications, the fourth largest cable operator, has signed a deal to make TiVo's DVR and interactive-advertising services available to Cox subscribers with DVR boxes.
Oz's Hollywood-backed feevee movie web Showtime has begun work on a one-hour drama series set in a brothel, with the working title "Satisfaction."
Norwegian helmer Christopher Nielsen's $16 million CGI feature "Free Jimmy" won the Amanda award for feature in Haugesund, where the 34th Norwegian Film Festival wrapped Thursday.
Telefe Intl., Argentina's biggest TV programming exporter, has hired Diana Coifman as senior sales executive for Europe to tap growing demand for content and formats in that region.
China's love affair with period soaps continues unabated, only these days it is mixed with modern marketing. Producers of a remake of the classic 1987 TV skein "A Dream of Red Mansions" held a gala…
Anytime, a Singapore-based on-demand channel, has secured an undisclosed investment from Intel Capital, the venture capital arm of the Intel Corp., to launch an on-demand broadband platform…
With Beijing hosting the Olympics in 2008, producer Li Xiaowan is prepping the first of what is likely to be a spate of Chinese sport pics.
The 25th Vancouver Film Festival will open its 16-day run on Sept. 28 with Pedro Almodovar's "Volver." The Spanish-language pic preemed at Cannes this year and will be centerpiece film at the New…
The Irish Film Board has received an extra $3 million from John O'Donoghue, Ireland's minister for arts, sports & tourism, bringing its 2006 allocation to $24.8 million.